Alexander Kurov is the Fred T. Tattersall Research Chair in Finance and Professor of Finance at West Virginia University. Dr. Kurov’s research interests are in financial market efficiency, futures markets, and commodity markets. His work examines price discovery, informed trading and the effect of public announcements on asset prices. He teaches primarily graduate courses on derivative securities, quantitative investment analysis, and a doctoral seminar in market microstructure. Dr. Kurov is an associate editor of the Journal of Commodity Markets and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
How to Invest If You’re Worried a Recession is Coming
By Alexander Kurov Professor of Finance, West Virginia University Although the U.S. economy continues to grow and add jobs, talk of a recession is increasingly in the air due to a number of worrying signs. Business investment and consumer confidence are taking a hit due to the growing economic jitters and uncertainty over the ongoing trade war with China. An …